Saba Aslam Education & Welfare Trust Celebrates Pakistan Independence Day
Group photograph of participants in the Independence Day function organized by the Saba Trust in Rawalpindi
An interfaith gathering was recently arranged by the Saba Aslam Education and Welfare Trust Headquarters in Rawalpindi to celebrate the Pakistan Independence Day. It turned out to be a well attended gathering with representatives of various faiths and a large number of children from schools located in Rawalpindi and Islamabad attending the function.
Abrar Ul Haq Visits Saba Trust Saba Homes By Mrs. Zainab Javed
Abrar Ul Haq visits Saba Trust Saba Homes
Famous Pakistani singer Abrar Ul Haq recently paid a visit to Saba Trust Saba Homes. The popular singer was accompanied by Mr. Shamali, his event manager, and Mr. Bilal Ahmed Rana, project coordinator, Youth Parliament.
More than 40 Pakistani senior journalists were honored for their outstanding contributions to the electronic and the print media at a special ceremony held at Saba Homes, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. The event was organized by Saba Trust in collaboration with Journalist Foundation, an NGO working for the welfare of Pakistani journalists.
Established in 2006 by Saghir Aslam, a businessman from Irvine, Saba Homes (registered non-profit organization in the State of California – Tax ID No. 20-8642343) is an institution for orphan girls from the rural areas of Pakistan, age range from 4 to 16.
“I am inviting you to share in my experience in the Saba Homes. I am a French Canadian lady who became a Muslim in the 70’s. My dream was always to live in a foreign country as well as do some sort of missionary work, to help the helpless and less fortunate.
ISLAMABAD: I am brave and I can achieve what others can’t. I will be a trendsetter and people will follow me. I will serve humanity and spend my energy and strength for my cause. I will do because I can do everything with the support of my mama and papa, says seventh grader Summaiya. READ MORE